All the major e-retailers offer free ebooks. Most libraries will let you borrow ebooks Project Gutenberg offers free, out of copyright, ebooks. I DONâT recommend reading ebooks in the PDF format. itâs an unsatisfactory experience demanding far too much scrolling in two directions on a small screen. PDF files may also conceal malware.
If you are interested in reading only the text of what you are reading, download Free e-books from Kindle Store. Read a book from a web-browser. Google Chrome offers this free e-book reader as an option. The Reader is a browser plug-in for Opera, Chrome, and Firefox that allows you to read in plain text. You need to download and install the Reader separately. The Reader does not offer DRM-free (non-interactive) e-book reader. The Reader allows you to read in either the web-browser or offline mode: in an e-book reader on your computer (e.g. an e-book reader on a USB flash drive) or as a PDF file downloaded to your PC's hard disk. The downside is that the Reader lacks any kind of search engine or database, and requires an e-mail subscription in order to update the online databases. The Reader is available in both Web-browser and offline mode for Linux/Mac OS X. In the Web-browser.